Comfort and Agile Yacht, Ideal for Great Adventures!
Horizon II is a type of yacht that is rarely seen in Maldives today, it is a traditionally built wooden yacht that is perfect for a family or a small group. It is the agile adventurer that will take you to the most remote locations of the Maldives, where you can enjoy the secluded beaches and waters of the Maldives.
Whahira, a wooden dhoni (smaller diving boat) accompanies Horizon II on her trips to make the diving experience more comfortable and to take you to the surfing locations where a larger boat just cannot enter.
Ideal for groups, families, friends or individuals, Horizon II is an affordable boat which give you a maximum of flexibility.
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There are 6 rooms on Horizon II, comfortable and air conditioned rooms that have a view of the beautiful scenery around the boat. Each room consists of a bathroom with hot and cold water. There are 2 Double Bedrooms and 4 Twin Bedooms on board.
Maximum occupancy is 3 person. A double bed room with an extra bed.
Maximum occupancy is 2 person.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
You can enjoy our dining facilities on the front deck in a breath taking scenery and fresh air or even in the indoor dining room.
We will serve Full board meals which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner along with desserts. Delicious and wide range of food will be available and food can be prepared as per your special requests.
Alcohol & Drinks
Complimentary tea and coffee are always available on board.
Birthday & Special occasions
To enhance the moments of celebrations and special occasion, we do provide tasty flavored cakes. Our crew is already ready to serve you.
Sun Deck & Relaxation
Relax and refresh your mind on the lounge chairs with mattresses on the Sun Deck.
Speed & Engine Mechanism
- Engine: DOOSAN 280hp.
- Speed: 10 to 12 knots.
- Generators (AC): 220V, 50Hz (British Sockets) 18Kw.
- Stamegna x 2 units.
- Battery (DC): Emergency Lights (12V) only.
- Water Maker: Static x 3 tonnes per day Aqua Reef.
- Diesel: 6 tonnes.
Life Jackets, life rings, fire retardants and pumps.
Compass, Maps and GPS.
CB Set, Mobile Phone.
Horizon 2 offers excellent services and comfort. You will find different varieties of media entertainment as well as board games.
- TV/DVD in Salon
- Fishing Gear
- Island Visits
- Beach BBQ
FOR 2016, BLUE HORIZON SURF TRIPS ARE ALL IN HUVADHOO ATOLL.
Why choose Huvadhoo Atoll to Surf during May to August?
- Surf breaks are very near.
- Saves your precious time.
- Less boats and less crowds.
Things you will do in Huvadhoo Atoll:
- Meet and Greet Male’/Kaadehdhoo Airport
- Check-in at 2000 hrs
- Enjoy the Airport Right Surf Break
- Surf at the Blue Bowls at Vaadhoo
- Adventure at the Beacons
- Surfing at the Castaways
- Delight yourself at the Thinadoo Cafe’ Break
- Move onto the Lips Surf Break
- Take pleasure in the Five Islands Surf Break
- Surf at Lovecharms near Gazeera
- BBQ at Uninhabited island
- Snorkeling at Gan
- A relishing moment surfing at the Tiger Stripes
- Check-out at 1630 hrs
- Fly back from Kaadehdhoo/Male’ Airport
Note: Itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions, length of trip and group’s majority decision.
The Huvadhoo (Southern) Atoll
Huvadhoo (referred often as the Southern Atolls) are located in the most southern section of the Maldives, which surfers are continually reminded of when they arrive upon empty surf break after empty surf break. Although it may not be completely abandoned, fewer surf boats and surf charters operate in this area, causing even the most popular spots in this region to be less crowded than the Northern Atolls. Of all the Maldives surf spots, the breaks in the Southern Atolls remain among the most secluded and idyllic, preserving the reality of a remote island paradise that comes complete with incredible waves.
Huvadhoo Atoll is best known for Beacons, Castaways, and Tiger Stripes. Beacons and Tiger Stripes are touted as two of the most powerful waves in the Maldives, barreling down fast and hard on to a fringed an eerily shallow reef – a common feature of southern surf spots.
Since a clean southern swell is about all you could ask for at these breaks, the result is waves with a ton of power and heaps of opportunities to get shacked. These southerly atolls differ from the northerly atolls in not providing perfectly shaped or soft-breaking waves. These waves breakfast and throw hard, with a whole lot of power, probably best suited for advanced surfers or at least daring intermediates. The waves you can find in Southern Atolls are the kind of waves you keep reliving days, weeks, and months after your Maldives surf trip has come to an end.